Two ductwork systems; nothing square, everything flared and tapered

  • Duration: June 2011 - June 2012

  • Weight: 1200 tons

This is one example of many Absorber Duct Work Systems that Moran Iron Works has produced. However, this particular project was challenging to manufacture given that nothing was square on the fabrication. Everything is flared and tapered. MIW fabricated two identical absorber duct work systems, for an ongoing AQCS system, for a customer in Southeast Michigan.

“Again, the team did a great job on this.  During test fit, there were no issues.  All of the pieces fit together flawlessly, and the same was true with the on-site construction.”

– Carl Campbell, Project Manager, Moran Iron Works

MIW detailed, fabricated, modularized, insulated, and lagged this project before barge shipping it to the project site. The duct work routes plant exhaust air to new fan inlets and from fan outlets to absorber inlets. Each of the projects are coordinated between MIW project managers and the clients engineering and logistic personnel.